"Star in the Dust" as written by and Walter Lindsay Egan....
It's a dirty day in L.A.,
A rainy night in New York City
I feel like I'm so far away from
The good things life has to give me

I know I never will be satisfied
But it don't make me worry
If I step, I'll just take my time
And I'm never in a hurry

Star in the dust
But it's gonna shine someday
Star in the dust
I'm gonna be fine yea yea

I'm looking for a woman to hold me
'cause love ain't just enough to get by
I recall what somebody once told me
They said, "Only the lucky ones will survive."

I know I never will be satisfied
But I'm never going to stop
I'll keep on trying 'til the day
That I'm riding on the top

Star in the dust
But it's gonna shine someday
Star in the dust
I'm gonna be fine yea yea

Alright
When I feel like I'm fallin'
I tell myself, "It's only a stage."
And I hear somebody callin'
They say, "Pick yourself up and start over again."

I know I never will be satisfied
But I'm never going to stop
I'll keep on trying 'til the day
That I'm riding on the top


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"Star in the Dust" as written by Walter Lindsay Egan

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